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Symbols and metaphors used in Gothic Literature

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Emily Cait Bates- Fox

on 16 September 2013

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Transcript of Symbols and metaphors used in Gothic Literature

'eyes like cinders, naked as a stone'
Symbols and metaphors within Gothic Literature
by Jesse Brown & Emily Cait Fox
Company of wolves- Angela Carter
use of Colours to suggest abstract ideas

'the eyes of wolves shine like candlelight, yellowish, reddish' - Danger
'she'd worn black for him'
'her grandmother knittted her a red shawl...the ominous look of read blood on snow'
'he flashed his white teeth'
'devastating eyes as red as a wound'
'coat of forest- coloured cloth'
'his skin is the colour and texture of vellum'
'a flurry of snow that melted like tears on the tiles'
'the forest closed upon her like a pair of jaws'
the hinge of the year
seximousssss xx
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Wall of smoothness
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